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5th Jan '18 6:38:41 AM JackG
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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. Just watch Jenna and Cally go down to rescue the boys in 'Star One' clad in floor length skirts and six inch heels. And then there is Avon's fondness for leather and studs... The episodes "Killer" and "Warlord" has some particularly silly clothes.

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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. Just watch Jenna ''Series/BlakesSeven'' is a classic example; pulpy and Cally go down to rescue the boys in 'Star One' clad in floor length skirts and six inch heels. And then there is Avon's fondness for leather and studs... elaborate, with lots of weird Elizabethan touches. The episodes "Killer" and "Warlord" has some particularly silly clothes.examples.
5th Jan '18 6:35:37 AM JackG
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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. Just watch Jenna and Cally go down to rescue the boys in 'Star One' clad in floor length skirts and six inch heels. And then there is Avon's fondness for leather and studs... The fourth and last season has some particularly silly clothes.

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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. Just watch Jenna and Cally go down to rescue the boys in 'Star One' clad in floor length skirts and six inch heels. And then there is Avon's fondness for leather and studs... The fourth episodes "Killer" and last season "Warlord" has some particularly silly clothes.
15th Nov '17 10:41:30 AM Smeagol17
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** Neo Zeon of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' falls into [[{{Stripperific}} stripperific]] territory, with sleeveless jackets being popular for the (muscular) male soldiers while the (well endowed) female officers tend to go around in short skirts and tops that leave the upper chest and midriffs bare. One notices many a similarity to the Terran Empire uniforms from the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode [[Recap/StarTrekS2E4MirrorMirror Mirror, Mirror]].

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** Neo Zeon of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' falls into [[{{Stripperific}} stripperific]] territory, with sleeveless jackets being popular for the (muscular) male soldiers while the (well endowed) female officers tend to go around in short skirts and tops that leave the upper chest and midriffs bare. One notices many a similarity to the Terran Empire uniforms from the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode [[Recap/StarTrekS2E4MirrorMirror ''[[Recap/StarTrekS2E4MirrorMirror Mirror, Mirror]].Mirror]]''.
15th Nov '17 10:40:54 AM Smeagol17
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** Neo Zeon of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' falls into [[{{Stripperific}} stripperific]] territory, with sleeveless jackets being popular for the (muscular) male soldiers while the (well endowed) female officers tend to go around in short skirts and tops that leave the upper chest and midriffs bare. One notices many a similarity to the Terran Empire uniforms from the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode [[MirrorUniverse Mirror, Mirror]].

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** Neo Zeon of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' falls into [[{{Stripperific}} stripperific]] territory, with sleeveless jackets being popular for the (muscular) male soldiers while the (well endowed) female officers tend to go around in short skirts and tops that leave the upper chest and midriffs bare. One notices many a similarity to the Terran Empire uniforms from the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode [[MirrorUniverse [[Recap/StarTrekS2E4MirrorMirror Mirror, Mirror]].
2nd Nov '17 8:04:34 PM PaulA
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* Creator/EdmondHamilton may have pulled out all the stops with his descriptions of [[ShiningCity Shining Cities]] and weird alien planets but the clothing worn in his Space Operas are simple and comfortable tunics and leggings or sleeveless shirts, trousers and capes, emblazoned in the case of Star Kings with suitable heraldic symbols in jewels.

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* Creator/EdmondHamilton may have pulled out all the stops with his descriptions of [[ShiningCity Shining Cities]] and weird alien planets but the clothing worn in his Space Operas are simple and comfortable tunics and leggings or sleeveless shirts, trousers and capes, emblazoned in the case of [[Literature/TheStarKings Star Kings Kings]] with suitable heraldic symbols in jewels.
29th Oct '17 9:56:23 AM GnomeTitan
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* ''Seriously'' averted in ''{{Film/Gattaca}}'', where astronauts blast off dressed to the nines in double-breasted suits and ties, in keeping with the film's RetroUniverse [[TheFifties Fifties]] aesthetic.

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* ''Seriously'' averted Averted in ''{{Film/Gattaca}}'', where astronauts blast off dressed to the nines in double-breasted suits and ties, in keeping with the film's RetroUniverse [[TheFifties Fifties]] aesthetic.
29th Oct '17 2:36:16 AM uhema
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* ''Seriously'' averted in ''{{Film/Gattaca}}'', where astronauts blast off dressed to the nines in double-breasted suits and ties, in keeping with the film's RetroUniverse [[TheFifties Fifties]] aesthetic.
23rd Sep '17 9:13:55 AM nombretomado
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* The men in {{Atari}}'s ''Pinball/MiddleEarth'' pinball are wearing white ball-shaped helmets and skintight suits, complete with utility belts.

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* The men in {{Atari}}'s Creator/{{Atari}}'s ''Pinball/MiddleEarth'' pinball are wearing white ball-shaped helmets and skintight suits, complete with utility belts.
10th Sep '17 10:07:21 PM PaulA
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* Toyed with in an Creator/HPLovecraft story taking place in the wet jungles of a pulp Venus. The planet-hopping protagonist grouses in his diary about his sturdy leather suit, wishing for something made of indestructible shiny metal foil instead.

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* Toyed with in an Creator/HPLovecraft Creator/HPLovecraft's story "In the Walls of Eryx", taking place in the wet jungles of a pulp Venus. The planet-hopping protagonist grouses in his diary about his sturdy leather suit, wishing for something made of indestructible shiny metal foil instead.
16th Jul '17 5:23:12 PM nombretomado
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** The Wraith have the coolest clothing. While normal drones wear what looks like chitin and queens have gowns, officers are clad in black leather from neck to feet. Considering they are really pale and have white hair, this makes for a nice contrast. Travelers have a black and red version while Ancients and Asurans usually wear a futuristic white and cream-colored suit. Regarding the Vanir, they always tank around in copper-colored powered armor except in one case when they revealed their true nature: as [[spoiler:Asgard]], they are completely naked. And needless to say, Tau'ri wear [=BDUs=]. Genii clothing looks like WW2-era Soviet uniforms.

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** The Wraith have the coolest clothing. While normal drones wear what looks like chitin and queens have gowns, officers are clad in black leather from neck to feet. Considering they are really pale and have white hair, this makes for a nice contrast. Travelers have a black and red version while Ancients and Asurans usually wear a futuristic white and cream-colored suit. Regarding the Vanir, they always tank around in copper-colored powered armor except in one case when they revealed their true nature: as [[spoiler:Asgard]], they are completely naked. And needless to say, Tau'ri wear [=BDUs=]. Genii clothing looks like WW2-era [=WW2=]-era Soviet uniforms.
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